I’ve always been a sucker for pub trivia, and I almost like creating trivia quizzes more than competing in them. The answers to the first nine questions are all connected by a theme, and the tenth is the theme. Feel free to share this quiz, and no Googling when you’re trying it! (What’s the fun in that?) Answers will be posted next week with the newest quiz.
The Star-Spangled Banner, God Save the Queen and La Marseillaise are examples of what?
The title of a series of children’s books in which the purpose is to find the titular character in often visually complex puzzles. (Looking specifically for the character’s name in U.S. or Canada)
Famous Christmas carol by the Jewish Irving Berlin and the best-selling single ever.
Overplayed popular song from Walk on the Moon with these lyrics “Oh don't you dare look back/Just keep your eyes on me/I said you're holding back/She said ______________________with me” Fill in the blank (four words).
Father ____________ Serra was a Roman-Catholic priest who founded many of the missions in California.
The most-repeated part of the song “Panic” by the Smiths. (Three words)
Michael, Raphael, Gabriel are names of this higher type of celestial being.
What you might call a fan of Iron Maiden, Judas Priest and Slayer.
Movie in which Paul Hogan declares “That’s not a knife.”
What is the theme?
Answers to the quiz from May 24th are below.
NATO Code and Foxtrot is missing